AFP Complimentary Webinar (Sponsored): Data-Driven Storytelling: A Powerful Tool for Fundraising Success
2:00-3:00 PM Eastern | Presenters: Dan Lammot and Alex Kasavin
Eligible for 1 CFRE Education Point
Your data tells a story. The story of your relationship with a contact, a donor, a volunteer, or a board member. The story of how well your team collaborates. The story of your organization's impact on the world. Yet, there is often a disconnect between the IT teams who managed the data and the fundraisers and marketers responsible for interpreting and telling these stories. Join Microsoft and threshold.world to learn how you can overcome this challenge and use data to craft compelling stories that inspire donors to support your cause.
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Dan Lammot is an ocean advocate, anti-racist, avid surfer, and serial social entrepreneur that has led companies that leverage technology to improve the state of the world and the lives and livelihoods of the species that call it home.
Dan is currently CEO and Co-founder of threshold.world, a key Microsoft Tech for Social Impact partner that leverages technology to enable nonprofits and social impact organizations to do more good, and creator of b.world, the first AI powered impact storytelling app for social impact teams.
Prior to threshold, Dan was CEO and Co-founder of roundCorner, a key Salesforce.com partner in the social impact, nonprofit, and healthcare foundation markets. roundCorner was purchased by Salesforce in 2019.
Alex Kasavin is a senior product manager on the Tech for Social Impact team at Microsoft, where he leads the development of data and AI products for the nonprofit sector. Prior to this role, he helped Fortune 500 enterprises with their digital transformation efforts as a cloud solution architect, and was previously the founding product lead at a K-12 education nonprofit focused on educational equity.